Rebeca Delgado
Rebeca Delgado
Height: 5-5
Year: Sr.
Hometown: Mazatlan, Mexico
Previous College: Centro Technologico Siglo XXI

AS A SENIOR (2013)
Big Sky MVP...Became four-time All-Big Sky First Team selection...16-10 overall record at No. 1 singles for the Hornets, including a 12-0 mark when facing a conference opponent…won both her matches in the Big Sky Tournament in straight sets, and combined to drop just four games over those two matches…also went 16-9 in doubles play (all at No. 1), including a 12-0 mark against Big Sky opposition…named the Big Sky Player of the Week twice during the season. 

AS A JUNIOR (2012)
Named first team all-Big Sky Conference for the third straight season...tallied a 15-8 singles record in addition to an 18-5 doubles record...was 7-4 at No. 2 singles and 8-4 at No. 3...posted a 17-5 record with Tatsiana Kapshai in doubles play...went 7-0 in conference play in singles and 7-0 in doubles...played two nationally ranked foes in singles...helped the Hornets to their 11th straight Big Sky Conference title and continue their winning streak of 92 straight matches against conference opponents.


Award first team Big Sky Conference accolades following her sophomore season...posted a 15-11 record, mostly at No. 2 singles where she went 11-8...went 6-1 in conference dual matches...her 6-3, 6-3 win over Northern Arizona’s Orsi Golovics at No. 2 singles gave the Hornets their fourth point of the match and clinched their 10th straight conference tournament title...tallied a 6-2, 6-2 win against Northern Colorado in one of her four matches at No. 1 singles...played with three doubles partners but primarily with Tatsiana Kapshai at No. 1 where the tandem went 13-6...posted an 18-6 overall doubles record.

Earned first team all-Big Sky honors as a freshman, posting a 16-5 overall singles record and a 5-1 mark in Big Sky play...played at least four matches at each of the No. 2, 3, and 4 positions...posted a 7-3 record at No. 2 singles, collecting five victories at the position in Big Sky action...went 4-0 at No. 3 singles and 5-2 at the No. 4 singles spot...won the only three-set match she played all season, defeating Anna Chikhikvishvili of Saint Mary’s 4-6, 7-6 (7-3), 7-6 (7-2)...collected a total of four singles victories against ranked teams, scoring a valuable point in Hornet victories over UC Irvine, San Diego, and Oregon...put together a 14-4 mark in doubles play, including a 13-2 mark with primary partner Tatsiana Kapshai....was a perfect 5-0 in Big Sky doubles competition.